Arts & Culture

FIU Theatre presents ‘Blithe Spirit’

FIU Theatre presents ‘Blithe Spirit’

An FIU Theatre production of British playwright Noel Coward’s ghostly comedy Blithe Spirit, directed by professor Michael Yawney, will be […]

FIU student electro-acoustical music group honored

The FIU Electro-Acoustic Research Society (EARS) was recently named the Outstanding Organization in the Arts Community by the university’s Council […]

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School of Hospitality professors, students host President’s Council for food and wine seminar

The Oct. 14 event showcased seminars offered through the university’s Beverage Management Program. By Martin Haro School of Hospitality and […]

Author of ‘Funny in Farsi’ brings humor, immigrant perspective to FIU

Firoozeh Dumas: “Our commonalities outweigh our differences.” By Sissi Aguila Life as an Iranian immigrant in Southern California has given […]

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School of Hospitality, Common Threads making a difference in kids’ lives

Students from the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management are taking elementary school kids on a culinary trip around the […]

Leading American expert on Tibetan Buddhism to speak at FIU Oct. 23

Leading American expert on Tibetan Buddhism to speak at FIU Oct. 23

The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum will present the first Steven & Dorothea Green Critics’ Lecture Series of the […]

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Best-selling author of “Funny in Farsi” to speak at FIU

Best-selling author of “Funny in Farsi” to speak at FIU

Firoozeh Dumas, the author of FIU’s first university-wide common reading selection, will discuss her book, “Funny in Farsi: A Memoir […]

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Renowned photojournalist Alexandra Avakian to speak at FIU

Renowned photojournalist Alexandra Avakian to speak at FIU

The Middle East Studies Program in FIU’s School of International and Public Affairs has invited renowned photojournalist Alexandra Avakian to […]

The Frost Art Museum to open three exhibitions focusing on peace, impermanence and the human condition

The Frost Art Museum to open three exhibitions focusing on peace, impermanence and the human condition

  The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum will unveil three new exhibitions embracing peace and focusing on the impermanence […]

Honors College, Tau Sigma Alpha host “A Conversation with Edwidge Danticat”

The author and MacArthur “Genius” met with children from the Overtown Youth Center and Golden Panthers at BBC on Sept. […]

MacArthur Genius Award winner Edwidge Danticat to speak at FIU Honors College event

MacArthur Genius Award winner Edwidge Danticat to speak at FIU Honors College event

WHAT: Florida International University’s Honors College and Tau Sigma Alpha (TSA), the Honors College Honors Society, will present “A Conversation […]

FIU music concert benefits local elementary schools

FIU Music proudly presents the CMENC Faculty Spotlight Concert Friday, Oct. 2, 2009, at 8 p.m. in the Herbert and Nicole […]

“Sonia” flies into FIU

“Sonia” flies into FIU

FIU Theatre launches its 2009-’10 season with its most controversial production yet – “Sonia Flew” by Melinda López – opening […]

‘A VERY WOLFSONIAN WEEKEND’

CELEBRATES CAR CULTURE IN SOUTH FLORIDA NOVEMBER 13-15: ‘AN AFFAIR ON, IN, AND WITH THE MOTOR CAR,’ WITH SPECIAL GUEST, […]

Peek into FIU Theatre’s 2009-’10 Season

Peek into FIU Theatre’s 2009-’10 Season

Known for its controversial selections and fresh remakes, FIU Theatre will kick off the 2009-’10 season with a dramatic production […]